Colorado Carbon Fund
What is the Colorado Carbon Fund?
The Colorado Carbon Fund began in 2007 as a “key component in the State of Colorado’s Climate Action Plan.” A collaborative project between the Governor’s Energy Office (now the Colorado Energy Office) and the Climate Trust, a non-profit based in Portland, Oregon, it aimed to advance four main objectives:
1) Develop a funding source for clean energy and climate mitigation projects;
2) Provide direct investment towards Colorado-based projects;
3) Support the State’s Climate Action Plan in mitigating the effects of climate change;
4) Provide high-quality offsets for individuals, businesses, and government agencies seeking to mitigate their carbon footprints.
How you can contribute:
In September 2016, NCS brought the Colorado Carbon Fund back to Colorado. NCS enables Colorado drivers to get their very own Clean Energy License Plate. By calculating and offsetting your vehicle’s annual emissions , you will be eligible to purchase one of these unique and decorative plates. Visit this license plate page to begin!